> I am looking for advice on how best to configure logging from
> PostgreSQL when it is run as a Windows service. Under Linux
> we allow it to log to 'stderr' and we use the pg_ctl -l
> switch to direct that to a file. This doesn't seem to be
> supported under Windows, so I'm looking for "best practices"
> advice from those experienced in this area.
If you expect to analyze the logs specifically for postgresql, use log
to file and set redirect_stderr (this is the default by the MSI
installer). This will create files in the pg_log directory.
If you want to integrate with existing log analyzers etc for windows,
set it for eventlog. This is harder if you want to do a specific
analyzer, but it'll integrate nicely with pre-existing stuff.
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